Philanthropy

Our Social Responsibility Ambitions

Our Positive Impact Promise

All animals have the right to basic health care and to live their lives free from suffering and exploitation.
Regular veterinary care is essential for animals, regardless of the economic standing of their owners.
In addition, as a provider of an animal experience, we must ensure that our behaviour and actions are responsible towards all animals and towards their community and environment.
We are committed to continue earning the trust our clients and partners place in us, and we are always inspired by animals.


Innovate for Animals

We aim to inspire others through our unique experiential learning experiences with horses to play an active role in making a global difference by being dedicated promoters of responsibility towards animals.


Community Education

We want to create positive impact on the community, and an important part of this ambition is to improve the lives of their animals regardless of the community or animal owner’s economic standing.  This is to ensure that future generations can benefit from improved veterinary services and resources our generation has created access to.


Caring, Ethical and Transparent

In our daily work we strive to uphold the highest ethical business standards and business practices, with respect for human and animal rights, while doing everything we can to promote and protect animals’ well-being and safety. We will never sacrifice our values or purpose for the sake of short-term profit.

Bizana CVC Project is passionate about helping rural horses and ponies to be vaccinated, most importantly against African Horse Sickness

Bizana CVC Project

A Community Veterinary Clinics project headed by Dr.Rissa Parker, aimed at vaccinating the rural ponies of Bizana against African Horse Sickness

Healthier rural ponies can translate into improved education for the Children of Bizana.  If the rural children could ride their healthy ponies to school, they would not only be more likely to attend school regularly, but they will arrive fresh as they will not be tired from walking very long distances

The Society for Animals in Distress

The Society endeavours to protect and treat animals in need and to educate and empower others to do the same. The primary focus being on communities from informal settlements and townships.

Pet and animals owners from these communities are provided with on-going education and empowerment with regards responsible pet ownership, improving the lives of their animals as well as ensuring an empowered community and children who may one day own their own animals.

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